With 576 horsepower and an adjustable suspension, the GT model rockets to the top of the EV6 lineup this year. The maximum power of the propulsion system can be activated by pressing a green button on the steering wheel, and our testing suggests that this could be enough to rocket the EV6 to 60 mph in as little as 3.2 seconds.

The price increases to $47,000 for the rear-wheel-drive EV6 Wind model. The base price for an all-wheel-drive EV6 Wind is $50,900. Prices for the EV6 Wind e-AWD Tech Package, which includes a 360-degree video system, blind-spot vision monitor, parking collision prevention technology, and Remote Smart Park Assist, begin at $52,400.

The EV6 can be had with either rear-wheel drive provided by a single electric motor or with all-wheel drive provided by electric motors mounted front and back. The base rear-drive model features a smaller battery and 167 horsepower, while the larger battery pack and 576 total horsepower are standard on the all-wheel-drive variants. When equipped with a larger battery, the rear-wheel drive EV6’s combined output increases to 225 horsepower.